Matagorda County TX Warrants Search

Texas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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In order to effectively search for something, you should first have knowledge of that that thing is. For finding arrest warrants for Matagorda County TX, this means understanding what arrest warrants are. Essentially, an arrest warrant grants the state, and officers of the peace executing the will of the state, the authority to arrest an individual that has been accused of a crime. In order for an arrest warrant to be authorized, the state must show it has a strong reason to suspect the person indicated. Once signed by a judge or a magistrate, the person named on the warrant must be arrested within 48 hours. In addition to the name of the person, a Matagorda County warrant must also include the crimes they stand accused of, as well as the signature of the authorizing magistrate or judge.

Generally, the optimal place to start a warrants search is through the sheriff of that county. For Matagorda County, this means getting into contact with the Matagorda County Sheriff, which you can do either at 2323 Avenue E, in Bay City, TX 77414, or at 979-245-5526. Often, law offices will only grant warrant requests in person, so be prepared to take a trip to the sheriffs office. If youre only trying to get arrest records, whether for Matagorda County or any other county, you may do so at This is the online database of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Or you can use the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database.

If you find that you do have an active warrant in Matagorda County, Texas, we recommend turning yourself in as soon as possible. If you are residing in a different county, please be advised that state police officers can still execute an arrest warrant over county lines. You can view the full language of arrest warrant laws in Texas at

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